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Outdoor Action

Leadership Starts Here

Information for First-years & Transfers

Information for First-years & Transfers

What is Leave No Trace?

 

Leave No Trace, or LNT, principles are a group of best practices for enjoying our wild spaces. In this video, Miranda talks about the seven principles of Leave No Trace and how you can follow them to leave the wilderness as beautiful as you found it.

Outdoor Action creates lasting friendships, eases transition to college life

Kayaking and canoeing in Breakneck Pond, laughing and living in the moment, nine first-year students are beginning their Princeton journey together at Harriman State Park in New York. The group is participating in one of the 75 Outdoor Action trips taking place this week before Opening Exercises on Sunday.
(Video by Danielle Alio, Office of Communications)

Outdoor Action Mission Statement

To provide educational and character development experiences which advance personal responsibility, health and well-being, community, leadership development, civic engagement, and stewardship for Princeton University and the natural world through adventure-based experiential education.


Goals & Objectives

Students with Special Needs

OA can accomodate students with many different concerns, including medical issues, religious practices, and internet/technology accessability. Our goal is to do our best to make this experience as accessible as possible for all students, especially in our current global health crisis. Please contact us to let us know about your specific needs so we can try and find a trip that will work for you.